Mothir and Jarl
Iss. Q - How do we know that Rig, father of the white race, is indeed Heimdall?
THE MINISTER - Snorri says it very clearly in the Introduction to Rigsthula : it is told in the old legends that one day one of the Gods, who was called Heimdall, went on a path along the seashore. This path led him to a modest dwelling where he presented himself under the name of Rig, and the Volva itself calls us "Descendants of Heimdall" (mögo Heimdalar, more correctly translated "relatives of Heimdall"), as it is said < Silence! I ask for the silence of all sacred children, great and humble! Silence, parents of Heimdall! > (Voluspa, 1). On the other hand, the most august kenning of Heimdall is "the white god" (hvítastr ása, litt. The god of the very whites) < Then spoke Heimdall, the god of the very whites > (Thrymskvida, 14) < What titles should be given to Heimdall? He should be called Son of Nine Mothers, or Watchers of the Gods, as it is written; or White God, or Enemy of Loki, or He that went to fetch the Collar of Freyja.> (Skaldskaparmal, VIII)
Q. - Why are White people, in this case, called Wotansvolk (people of Wotan) and not Rigsvolk or Heimdallsvolk?
THE MINISTER - Wotan is the father of Heimdall, as it is said < Heimdall is also a son of Wotan > (Skaldskaparmal, VIII). The Aryans, biologically descended from Heimdall, are therefore biologically descended from Wotan to one more generation.
Q. - If Thrall is "the ancestor of the white proletos", Karl "the ancestor of the white bourgeoisie", and Jarl "the ancestor of the aristocrats and the great white chiefs", why does Wodenson include < civil servants, preachers who falsify texts, welfare recipients and politicians > (David Lane, Polygamy ) among Thrall's descendants? All right for those on welfare, but, if the sons of Rig designate our "socio-professional categories", the civil servants should be counted among the Karls, the politicians and the priests, falsifiers or not, among the Jarls.
THE MINISTER - Wodenson calls the Thrall < the dregs of society > (David Lane, Polygamy). He adds that < it is legitimate for them to be enslaved, deported or executed > (Id). It cannot thus be a question of the proletariat, physical body of the City, quadrangular base of the Pyramid, "rocky base of the mountain", comment the Gothis. Elsewhere, Wodenson defines more precisely the "descendants of Thrall", as those < who take it easy in this life and do not fight > (David Lane, Valhalla), and adds that < at their physical death, they dissolve in a chaos of energy without form or thought > because < the father of all hates the souls who refuse to fight > (Id). The Thrall is essentially that < which impedes the plan of the Father of all > (Id.). This plan being made explicit by the laws of nature, the order of things itself, as it is said < Whatever perception men have of God, or of the gods, or of what may be the original Force of the universe, they cannot deny that the Laws of Nature are the work, and thus the intention, of this Force > (2nd Precept), the Thrall is " the one who opposes the order of things " in the hope of " taking it easy ", that is to say because this order compromises his emotional or material comfort.
It is, in short, the one who opts for what Friedrich Nietzsche calls the "morality of the slave", the "good and the bad" (slavish morality believes that the "bad" comes first, and that the good is defined as the one who does not want to, or cannot be bad - this is the morality of resentment [discuss for ten minutes online with an Eastern European national on a "far-right" forum, you will understand - as it is true that Slavs are Slavs]), as opposed to the "morality of the masters", that of "good and bad", of "up and down" (the "good" [the great, the beautiful, the strong, etc.]), the "good" [the great, the beautiful, the strong, etc.] and the "bad" [the good, the bad, etc.], the "good" [the good, the bad, etc.]. The "good" [the great, the beautiful, the strong, etc.] comes first, the "bad" is a degradation, a deviation, a by-product) - see Genealogy of Morality. The sons of the Rig are therefore moral tendencies, or moral choices. The Thrall is the one who chooses the morality of the slave, the Jarl is the one who chooses the morality of the masters - the Karl being the "mixed type" of which Nietzsche speaks, and Konr : der Übermensch.